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Table 1 Interview participant demographics. ‘Formal’ teaching capacity indicates a participant is directly employed as an educator, for example, as a lecturer, tertiary clinical tutor or nurse educator. ‘Informal’ teaching capacity indicates a participant provides education on an ad-hoc basis, for example, on ward rounds

From: Healthcare professionals’ experiences with education in short term medical missions: an inductive thematic analysis

Participant Gender Role Years of Practice Years volunteering Teaching Qualification Teaching Capacity Active or Previous
1 Male Senior Doctor 15–20 4+ Nil formal Formal Active
2 Female Junior Doctor 5–10 2–4 Nil formal Informal Active
3 Male Senior Doctor 20+ 2–4 Nil formal Formal Previous
4 Male Senior Doctor 20+ 4+ Nil formal Informal Active
5 Female Nurse 15–20 4+ Nil formal Informal Active
6 Male Senior Doctor 15–20 4+ PHD in Education and Diploma in Teaching Formal Previous
7 Female Senior Doctor 20+ 2–4 Nil formal Formal Active
8 Male Senior Doctor 15–20 4+ Nil formal Formal Previous
9 Female Nurse 20+ 1 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Formal Previous
10 Female Senior Doctor 15–20 2–4 Diploma in Clinical Education Informal Active
11 Male Senior Doctor 20+ 2–4 Nil formal Formal Previous
12 Female Junior Doctor 5–10 1 Nil formal Formal Previous
13 Male Senior Doctor 20+ 2–4 Nil formal Formal Active
14 Female Senior Doctor 20+ 4+ Nil formal Informal Active
15 Female Nurse 20+ 1 Nil formal Informal Active
16 Female Junior Doctor 5–10 1 Nil formal Formal Active
17 Female Junior Doctor 5–10 4+ Nil formal Informal Active
18 Male Senior Doctor 20+ 4+ Nil formal Formal Previous
19 Male Junior Doctor 5–10 2–4 Nil formal Informal Active
20 Female Nurse 20+ 1 Nil formal Formal Active
21 Female Nurse 5–10 1 Nil formal Informal Active
22 Female Nurse 20+ 4+ Nil formal Formal Active
23 Female Nurse 20+ 4+ Nil formal Informal Active
24 Female Nurse 20+ 2–4 Nil formal Formal Active